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Page numbers in bold indicate reprinted letters and texts. Page numbers in italics indicate illustrations. In the index, DWW stands for Donald Woods Winnicott.

Abraham, Karl, 10, 153, 333, 398n8, 419n5, 447, 449
Ackerman, A., 457
addiction to transitional objects, 250, 406, 410, 419
‘Address Introducing Margaret Mead, VIIIth Ernest Jones Lecture’ (1957), 203204
adolescents
‘Adopted Children in Adolescence’ (1955), 6776
corporal punishment of, 192193
defiance-dependency paradox, 190, 270
groups and, 46, 50, 190193, 427
masturbation, 290291
emotional maturity in, 426427, 544
‘Notes on Adolescence’ (1956), 189193
parents and, 269270
as possible BPAS topic, 173
sex and, 69
wars and, 270
adoption
‘Adopted Children in Adolescence’ (1955), 6776
age of placement, 75
birth parents, adolescents researching, 23
break-up of adoptive homes, 72
breastfeeding and, 7576
of child of psychotic parent, 513516
counselling for adopted parents, 73
deprivation/emotional disturbance and, 73, 74
fantasies of, 2223
fostering compared, 7072
genetics and heredity, 76
illegitimacy, 7475
‘On Adoption’ (1957), 2123
second adoptions, 111112
sexuality, adopted children learning about, 6869
spoiling, 74
stability and continuity, need for, 6768
telling children that they are adopted, 2123, 67, 111
‘The Toddler, the Second Adoption, Telling Children About Adoption’ (mid 1950s), 111112
truth telling, 75
‘Advising Parents’ (1957), 277284
aggression
changing views of, 448
good breast and, 123, 131132
Lantos, Barbara, ‘On the Problem of Aggression’, 179ni
motility and, 328329
DWW’s experience influencing theories of, 45
Aichhorn, August, 447
Wayward Youth (1936), 149
Allen, Clifford, 119
Allen, Lady Marjory, 461
almoners, 339343
alone, ability to be
‘The Capacity to Be Alone’ (1958), 1314, 241248
American Psychoanalytic Association, 391
American Psychopathological Association, 391
anaclitic dependence, 184, 241, 446
animals using transitional objects, 251
Anna Freud Centre (formerly Hampstead Child Therapy Course and Clinic), 87, 337nii, 536
antisocial behaviour
‘The Antisocial Tendency’ (1956), 56, 10, 149158
clinical observations, 149151
defined and described, 151153, 454
deprivation and, 151, 152, 156157, 330, 333, 454
of evacuated children in WWII, 56
first signs of, 154156
greed and, 154156
‘Group Influences and the Maladjusted Child: The School Aspect’ (1955), 4554
guilt and, 145147
homosexuality and, 2930
hope in, 152153
management of, 5051, 145, 150, 273, 343
playing and, 245
psychiatric social workers and, 343
recovery from, 146, 154
shopping, compulsive, 156
society and, 186
stealing and, 153154, 335
treatment of, 157158, 424, 509
(p. 568) anxiety
defences against, 54, 62, 64, 288, 315, 324, 408, 446
instinctual drives and, 165
guilt and, 137138, 141
neurosis and, 165167
persecutory anxiety, 242, 251
separation anxiety (See separation)
theories about, 380, 427
Applebey, Mary, letter to (1957), 233234
approved schools, 151
Gisburne House, Watford, 439, 441443
Aristotle, 142
art
Greenacre, Phyllis, ‘The Childhood of the Artist’, 363
guilt and, 145
Stokes, Adrian, ‘Form in Art’ (1955), 33ni
Stokes, Adrian, Smooth and Rough (1951), 33
assault, homosexual, 28
Association for Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 9, 12, 523
Association of Child Care Officers, 265
Association of London County Council Child Welfare Officers, 481
Association of Psychiatric Social Workers, 513
Association of Supervisors of Midwives, 225
Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children, 45
autism, 186


Bachman, Miss, 307
Balint, Enid, 215, 401
letter to (1956), 133134
‘Three Phases of a Transference Neurosis’ (1957), 133ni
Balint, Michael, 133, 134, 500
The Doctor, His Patients, and the Illness (1957; reviewed 1958), 213ni, 215ni, 261ni, 401404
letters to (1957), 213, 215, 261262
Problems of Human Pleasure and Behaviour, 215
‘Some General Problems of Technique’ (1957), DWW’s remarks on, 211212, 213ni
‘basic fault’, 212, 500
Baumann, Marianne, 307nii
letters to (1958), 307, 345
BBC broadcasts
‘Counterfeit and Alone’ (Woman’s Hour; 1955), 55
‘Every One of Us is Unsuccessful Somewhere’ (Woman’s Hour; 1955), 55
‘Homeless children and childless homes’ (Home Service; 1955), 21
‘How much do we know about babies as cloth suckers?’ (Woman’s Hour; 1956), 115
‘The Mother’s Contribution to Society’ (1957), 13, 293296
public recognition of DWW through, 3, 4, 9
‘Shall We Keep Superficial or Go Deep?’ (1955), 55
‘Unsuccess Story: Myself as Step-Mother, by a Listener in Despair’ (Woman’s Hour; 1955), 55
‘What Do We Know About Babies as Cloth Suckers?’ (1956), 12, 115118
‘The Wicked Stepmother in the Storytelling of All Ages’ (Woman’s Hour; 1955), 55
Bender, Loretta, 186
Bick, Esther, 307, 345
Bion, Francesca, letter to (1957), 263
Bion, Wilfred R.
‘Arrogance’, 263
‘Attacks on Linking’, 263ni
‘Differentiation of the Psychotic from the Non-Psychotic Personalities’ (1957), 83ni
in letter of DWW to Michael Balint, 263
in letter of DWW to Rycroft, 171
in letter of DWW to Segal, 81
letter to (1955), 8386
‘Personalities’ (1955), 8386
birth process
Briance, Prunella, Childbirth with Confidence (foreword by DWW), 239, 533534
‘The Contribution of Psycho-Analysis to Midwifery’ (1957), 225232, 239ni
fathers and, 176, 226227
hospital versus home birth, 175178
life of infant before, 116
National Childbirth Trust (formerly Natural Childbirth Association), 13, 239, 305
natural childbirth movement, 1213
black, theme of, 171, 258259
Bloomsbury House, London, 536
body
Bonnard, Augusta, ‘Pre-Body Ego Types of Pathological Mental Functioning’ (1957), 285ni
in first year of life, 322323
Rickman’s concept of three-body and two-body relationships, 211, 242
Bonnard, Augusta
letters to (1957), 255256, 285
‘Pre-Body Ego Types of Pathological Mental Functioning’ (1957), 285ni
Bornstein, Berta, ‘On Latency’ (1951), 356
Borstals, 152
Bowlby, John
on antisocial behaviour and deprivation of home life, 152, 153
‘Discussion of ‘Grief and Mourning in Infancy’ by John Bowlby’ (1959), 6, 495500
(p. 569) evacuation of children in WII and, 5, 6
‘Grief and Mourning in Infancy’ (1959), 495500
on guilt, 142
hospital stays and separation anxiety theory of, 529
Klein’s depressive position and, 10
Klein’s study of envy and, 129, 131
Laing and, 361ni
Lowry, Oliver M., put into contact with, 163
Maternal Care and Mental Health (1951), 158n1
‘The Nature of the Child’s Tie to His Mother’ (1957), 237ni
‘On “Separation Anxiety” ’ (1958), 379381, 383ni
‘On “Separation Anxiety’’ by John Bowlby’ (DWW, 1958), 6, 379381
reaction of DWW to papers of, 501
Spitz and, 255ni
breakdown, fear of, 458459
breast
‘bad breast’ and ‘good breast’, 122123, 131
as object, 411, 417n1
breastfeeding
adoption and, 7576
assistance with, 230232, 280, 282
bottle feeding versus, 419–420n9
good breast, 123, 131132
penis envy and breast envy, 129
weaning, 417, 419n6
Brenner, Charles, ‘The Nature and Development of the Concept of Repression in Freud’s Writings’, 363
Briance, Prunella, 305
Childbirth with Confidence (foreword by DWW), 239, 533534
letter to (1957), 239
Brill A. A. (founder of New York Psychoanalytic Society), 391
British Journal of Children’s Diseases, 398n3
British Journal of Medical Psychology, 505
British Journal of Psychiatric Social Work, 513
British Medical Association, 8
British Medical Bulletin, 456
British Medical Journal
‘Comforters’ (letter 1955), 12, 77
evacuation scheme, DWW, Bowlby, and Miller paper about, 5
‘Prefrontal Leucotomy’ (letter 1956), 10, 119120
The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volume 11 (1957; reviewed 1958), 317318, 531n2
reviews originally published in, 223, 317, 363
Spence paper on hospitalised children in (1947), 5
British Psychoanalytical Society (BPAS)
Bion and, 8384
founding of, 392
Freud-Klein controversy in, 68, 1011, 12, 1920, 33, 87
groups within, 78, 1920, 261, 501
letter to Rycroft on possible topics for (1956), 171
president, DWW as, 9, 309
Britton, Clare. See Winnicott, Clare
Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum, 399
Bryan, Douglas, 392
Bunyan, John, Pilgrim’s Progress, 139
Burke, Edmund, 135
Burlingham, Dorothy, 337, 447, 496497
Young Children in Wartime: A Year’s Work in a Residential War Nursery (with Anna Freud), 497
Burton, Robert, Anatomy of Melancholy (1621), 137, 142


Canadian Medical Association Journal, 265
‘The Capacity to Be Alone’ (1958), 1314, 241248
The Case as the Patient Sees It: Psychoanalysis, National Association of Mental Health (foreword by DWW; 1957), 235236
Case Conference (journal), 89
‘A Case Managed at Home’ (1955), 8997
casework
‘Casework with Mentally Ill Children’ (1959), 481492
clinical observations, 483490
holding in, 486, 490, 491
psychotherapy and casework, 481482
teamwork and, 490491
castration anxiety, 352, 446, 450
Casuso, Gabriel
‘Anxiety Related to the “Discovery” of the Penis’ (1957), 159ni
letter to (1956), 159160
Chair of Child Psychiatry, DWW on need for, 161163
Cheu, Tsuicheu, letter to (1957), 217
The Child, the Family, and the Outside World (1964), 3, 294ni
‘Child Analysis in the Latency Period’ (1958), 351359
The Child and the Family (1957), 3, 239, 465, 479
The Child and the Outside World (1957), 3
child care
change in attitude to, 6, 496
failure in, 63, 422
role of father in, 293
role of medical professional in, 422424
childbirth. See entries at birth
Children Act 1948, 152, 274–275n1, 544
(p. 570) ‘Children’s Comforters’ (1955), 12
classification
‘Classification: Is There a Psycho-Analytic Contribution to Psychiatric Classification?’ (1959), 445459
Glover, Edward, ‘A Psycho-Analytic Approach to the Classification of Mental Disorders’ (1932), 456
of cases, 5254
neurosis, 367368, 450452
psychosis, 367368, 450452, 455456, 517
true and false self, 445, 453454, 458
‘A Clinical Approach to Family Problems: The Family (1959), 543545
Clinical Notes on Disorders of Childhood (1931)
Collected Papers, chapters reprinted in, 301302
personal experience of DWW influencing, 5
clinical observations
of antisocial tendencies, 149151
of beating fantasy, 313315
‘A Case Managed at Home’ (1955), 8997
‘Clinical Material on the Theme of a Male Patient’s Exploitation of His Female Self’ (1959), 539541
depressed parents, 373376
depression and grief, mourning, sadness, and loss, relationship between, 127128
‘Nothing at the Centre’ (1959), 469471
‘On the Contribution of Direct Child Observation to Psycho-Analysis’ (1957), 249254, 457
by patients, 233234, 235236
of transitional objects, 410412
‘Clinical Varieties of Transference’ (1955), 16, 6165
clinics compared to private practice, 3538
Cold War, 6
Coles, Joyce, 302
Collected papers: Through Paediatrics to Psycho-analysis (1958), 3, 12, 239, 345
preface to, 301302
‘Comforters’, 77
communication between analyst and patient, 81
confusion: ‘Fragments Concerning Varieties of Clinical Confusion’ (1956), 125128
conscious, as term, 80
‘The Contribution of Psycho-Analysis to Midwifery’ (1957), 225232, 239ni
Controversial Discussions (1940s), 8, 261nii. See also British Psychoanalytical Society.
coronary thrombosis: ‘Excitement in the Aetiology of Coronary Thrombosis’ (1957), 9, 287291
corporal punishment
of adolescents, 192193
‘Psychogenesis of a Beating Fantasy’ (1958), 313315
‘Counterfeit and Alone’ (1955), 55
countertransference
‘Counter-Transference’ (1959), 505511
‘Hate in the Counter-transference’ (1947), 505
reassurance and, 107
Creak, Mildred, 186
creativity, 328. See also art
primary, of child, 153, 415
transitional object and, 410
A Criança Portuguesa (journal), 351
‘Curtis Report on the Care of Children’ (1946), 72


Davis, John, 438
death instinct, 448, 501
defiance
dependency and, 190, 270, 427
group, 69, 191192
delinquent children
antisocial behaviour versus delinquency, 149
link to deprivation, 151, 330, 368
psychopaths and psychopathy, 152, 454455
democracy
developmental growth of child towards, 49, 272
group formation, 49
Departmental Committee on Homosexual Offences and Prostitution (Wolfenden Report), 27
dependence, See also defiance
absolute, 56, 62, 130, 294
anaclitic, 184, 241, 454, 446
double dependence, 321, 455, 457
extreme, 252
fear of woman and, 187, 294295
in first year of life, 321
mother’s identification with infant and, 184
regression to, 63, 133, 212, 448, 497
transition towards independence, 321
depression. See also melancholia
in classification of psychiatric disorders, 368, 449450
clinical observations of parents with, 373376
‘The Depressive Position in Normal Emotional Development’, 152153
different levels of, 372373
‘The Family Affected by Depressive Illness in One or Both Parents’ (1958), 275n2, 367377
grief, mourning, sadness, and loss, and, 127128, 333335
guilt and, 140
hope implied by, 126, 372373
Klein on depressive position in emotional development, 10, 11, 130, 152153, 242, 252, 450, 499
(p. 571) management of, 371372
normal emotional development and, 377, 452
obsession and, 126
of parents, 369370, 373376, 519520
persecution and, feeling of, 368
psychology of, 376377
reactive, 211, 456
‘Reparation in Respect of Mother’s Organised Defence Against Depression’ (1948), 126nii
depressive position, 126
beginnings of, 143, 252
grief, sadness, and, 127128
deprivation of home life
adopted children, 72
antisocial behaviour and, 151, 152
sexual development and, 2829, 30
Devine, H., 392
Dick-Read, Grantly, 239, 533
Childbirth Without Fear: The Principles and Practice of Natural Childbirth (British Title Revelation of Childbirth; 1942), 1213, 305
letter to (1958), 305
Natural Childbirth (1933), 12, 305
discussions (at societal meetings)
Controversial Discussions (1940s), 8, 261nii
‘Discussion of ‘Grief and Mourning in Infancy’ by John Bowlby’ (1959), 6, 495500
free discussions on specific themes or words, 171
‘On “Separation Anxiety’’ by John Bowlby’ (1958), 6, 379381
disillusionment, 221, 387, 413418
Drake, Francis, 4
dreams
in first years of life, 363364
‘Hallucination and Dehallucination’ (1957), 171ni, 257260
transitional objects and, 104105
dropping and throwing away, 282
Drought, Worster, 400


education. See also school and teaching; training
Chair of Child Psychiatry, need for, 161163
‘Health Education Through Broadcasting’ (1957), 297300
‘The Effect of Psychosis on Family Life’ (1960), 275n2
‘The Effect of Psychotic Parents on the Emotional Development of the Child’ (1959), 275n2, 513522
ego
‘Clinical Varieties of Transference’ (1955) and, 61, 63, 65
ego nuclei, 127
ego orgasm, 247
ego-relatedness, 243, 245247
good breast and, 123
historical background to Freudian theory of, 446
Kleinians and Ego immaturity, 181
primary maternal preoccupation and, 186188
use of term, 79
emotional development. See also ‘The First Year of Life’
adolescent, 426427
adult, 426
early infancy, emotional disturbances in, 73
‘The Effect of Psychotic Parents on the Emotional Development of the Child’ (1959), 275n2, 513522
health as emotional maturity, 426428
of individuals, 4648
of infants, 428
innate tendency towards, 320
in latency period, 427
parental psychosis and, 522
of pre-school children, 427428
environment
antisocial behaviour and, 150, 152
classification by environmental distortion, 457
communication between mother and child and, 85
failure of, 46, 127, 156, 212, 455458
good-enough mothering/environment, 48, 61, 244, 329
individual emotional development and, 47
natural childbirth movement and, 13
psychosis and environmental deficiency, 455456
envy
breast envy, 129
communications between analysts, 85, 366
Klein, Melanie, Envy and Gratitude (1957; reviewed 1959), 11, 433436
Klein, Melanie, ‘A Study of Envy and Gratitude’ (1956), 7, 11, 121122, 129132
oral sadism and, 11, 365, 433, 434, 436
penis envy, 122, 129, 185
Rosenfeld and, 365366
views of DWW on, 11
evacuation of children, World War II
psychological dangers of, 56
excitement
defined and described, 290291
‘Excitement in the Aetiology of Coronary Thrombosis’ (1957), 9, 287291
physiology of, 289290


failure of analyst, 6465, 447, 482, 505
Fain, Michael, ‘Importance du rôle de la motricité dans la relation d’objet’ (with Pierre Marty; 1955), 197
(p. 572) Fairbairn, R., 419n1
false self. See true and false self
family. See also father-child relationship; home; mother-child relationship; parents; siblings
‘A Clinical Approach to Family Problems: The Family (1959), 543545
‘The Effect of Psychosis on Family Life’ (1960), 275n2
‘The Effect of Psychotic Parents on the Emotional Development of the Child’ (1959), 275n2, 513522
‘The Family Affected by Depressive Illness in One or Both Parents’ (1958), 275n2, 367377
‘Integrative and Disruptive Factors in Family Life’, 265275
fantasies
of adoption, 2223
in first year of life, 324
imagination and, 324, 386
neurosis and, 165166
oral fantasies and eating, 468
‘Psychogenesis of a Beating Fantasy’, 313315
sex, fantasy of, 267268
transitional objects and phenomena as resting place of illusion, 387
‘The Fate of the Transitional Object’ (1959), 12, 523528
father-child relationship
birth process and, 176, 226227
guilt of child over death of father, 140141
paternal and maternal phalluses, 160
psychotic parents, children with, 517
fear
of breakdown, 459
of domination, 294295
of nuclear war, 6
of women, 187, 294295
‘Fear of Breakdown’, 458nii
feeding
advising parents about, 280281
breast versus bottle feeding, 419–420n9
transitional objects and, 116117, 118
Ferenczi, Sandor, 392, 398n8, 446447
fetishes and fetishism, 417418, 419
finger-sucking, as transitional phenomenon, 101102
‘First Experiments in Independence’ (1955), 12, 101105
‘The First Year of Life: Modern Views on the Emotional Development’ (1958), 319331
flatus, 314
Flügel, J. C., 392
Foote, Estelle J., Six Children (1956; reviewed 1957), 223224
‘For Stepparents’ (1955), 5559
Fordham, Michael
‘Counter-transference’ (1960), 506, 508, 509, 510
letter to (1955), 7980
forewords by DWW
Briance, Prunella, Childbirth with Confidence, 533534
The Case as the Patient Sees It: Psychoanalysis, National Association of Mental Health (1957), 235236
Graham, Joan (Malleson, J. Graham), Any Wife, Any Husband (1955), 99
Forsyth, David, 392
foster parents
adoption compared, 7072
of child of psychotic parent, 513516
‘Fragments Concerning Varieties of Clinical Confusion’ (1956), 125128
free association
Klein treating play as equivalent of, 7
in latency period, 356
Freud, Anna. See also The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child
on adolescents, 173
arrival in Britain, 7
‘B’ Group in BPAS and, 7, 261
basic principles of psychoanalysis and, 353
Bowlby’s ‘On “Separation Anxiety”‘ and, 496497
‘breast’, wider meaning of, 420n9
Casuso and, 159ni
classification of psychiatric conditions and, 446, 447
‘Contributions of Direct Child Observation to Psychoanalysis’, 261niii
Klein-Freud controversy, 68, 1011, 12, 1920, 33, 87, 261nii, 366
latency period, psychoanalysis in, 354, 355
letter to (1955), 8788
letters to (1958), 337, 347, 383
Mead, Margaret, and, 204
primary maternal preoccupation and, 183184
‘Problems of Infantile Neurosis’, 183
‘Psycho-Analysis and Education’, 87
The Psycho-Analytical Treatment of Children (1946), 355
respect of DWW for, 8
review of John Robertson’s Going to Hospital with Mother (film), 531n1
Riviere and, 255
Spitz and, 255ni
‘The Widening Scope of Indications for Psycho-Analysis’ (1954), 62
Young Children in Wartime: A Year’s Work in a Residential War Nursery (with Dorothy Burlingham; 1942), 497
(p. 573) Freud, Sigmund
on anaclitic dependence, 184, 241, 446, 454
on antisocial behaviour, 147, 149, 153
on anxiety, 383
arrival in Britain, 7, 203
Bowlby and, 379
Centenary celebrations, 395396
on child psycho-neuroses, 251252, 352
on children and childhood, 130
classification of psychiatric conditions and, 445446, 449, 451, 454
on death instinct, 180, 501
on the ego, 79
on guilt, 136137, 138, 145, 329
on infantile sexuality, 326, 428
Jones, Ernest, and, 203, 309, 310, 311, 389397
Mead, Margaret, and, 203
on melancholia, 10, 153, 333, 449
psychological paediatrics and, 170
on repression, 180, 363
on stages of emotional development, 61
on transference and countertransference, 506, 507
Freud, Sigmund, works of
Beyond the Pleasure Principle, 501
‘A Child Is Being Beaten’, 313
Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego (1921), 419n7
‘idea of latency’ (1905), 356
‘Inhibitions, Symptoms and Anxiety’ (1926), 380
Moses and Monotheism, 397
‘Mourning and Melancholia’ (1917), 449
The origins of psycho-analysis (1950), 419n8
Friedmann, Manna, 536537
Friedmann, Oscar, 173
obituary, 535537
‘Funeral Address for Ernest Jones’ (1958), 309311, 349


Gardner, Dorothy E. M., letter to (1959), 473474
gender in ‘Clinical Material on the Theme of a Male Patient’s Exploitation of His Female Self’ (1959), 539541
genetics, heredity, and adoption, 69, 76, 457
Germany, allied occupation of, 6
Gilbert and Sullivan, ‘The Yeoman of the Guard’, 125ni
Gillespie, Dr, 365
Gisburne House, Watford
letter to Miss Maw on (1959), 439
‘Memorandum on Gisburne House’ (1959), 441443
Glover, Edward, 127, 392, 394, 399, 400
On the Early Development of Mind (1956), 456
‘The Position of Psycho-Analysis in Great Britain’ (1949), 456457
Glover, James, 392, 399, 400
good internal object, 244
good-enough mothering/environment, 48, 61, 244, 329
Gorer (working with Russian refugees), 198
Government Paper on Children in Hospital (1959), 544
Graham, Joan (Malleson, J. Graham), Any Wife, Any Husband (foreword by DDW; 1955), 99
greed, 154155, 198, 330
Greenacre, Phyllis, 184
‘Awe in Childhood’, 318
‘The Childhood of the Artist’, 363
grief, mourning, sadness, and loss
Bowlby’s ‘On ‘Separation Anxiety’’ on, 496500
depression and, 127128
psychology of mourning and separation anxiety, 334335
Grinstein, Alexander, 390
The Index of Psychoanalytic Writings (1957), 398n2
groups
adolescence as group management issue, 190193, 427
classification of cases and, 5254
formation of, 4850
‘Group Influences and the Maladjusted Child: The School Aspect’ (1955), 4554
group defiance, 69, 192
guilt
absence of sense of, 144145,
capacity for and development of sense of, 136141, 377, 449
capacity for concern and, 329
creative artists and, 145
in first year of life, 329
loss and recovery of sense of, 145147
origins of, 141
parents and, 298
‘Psycho-Analysis and the Sense of Guilt’ (1956), 135147
psychopathology of guilt sense, 139141
reparation/restitution and, 56, 131
superego and, 136, 138139


hallucination, and transitional object, 409, 523524
‘Hallucination and Dehallucination’ (1957), 171ni, 257260
Halmos, Paul, letter to (1959), 467468
Hambling, John, 288
‘Emotions and Symptoms in Essential Hypertension’ (1951), 291n1
‘Psychosomatic Aspects of Arterial Hypertension’ (1952), 291n1
(p. 574) Hampstead Child Therapy Course and Clinic (now Anna Freud Centre), 87, 337nii, 536
Hampstead War Nurseries, 8, 87, 337nii, 497
Harrington squares, 102
Hartmann, Heinz, 256, 318, 364, 447. See also The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child
hate
of analyst, 506
conflict with love, 137140, 166167, 427
of father, 137
masturbation and, 243
mourning and, 334
of mother, 5657
child’s hate of parents, 269
mother’s hate of baby or child, 58, 447
‘Hate in the Counter-transference’ (1947), 505
Health Act, 438
health as emotional maturity, 426428
‘Health Education Through Broadcasting’ (1957), 297300
health visitors, training of, 339344
Heimann, Paula, 307, 349
letter to (1959), 501
Hellmann, Miss, 173
heredity. See genetics
Hiller, Eric, 392
Hippocrates, 507
Hoffer, Willi, 198, 261, 408
holding, in casework, 486, 490, 491
home
‘A Case Managed at Home’ (1955), 8997
hospital versus home birth, 175178
value of visits away from, 96
homosexuality
absence of, 314
assault, homosexual, 28
decriminalisation of, 27
early development and, 2830, 53
female self and, 539
‘Homosexuality and the Law’ (1955), 25, 2730
psychiatric illness and, 27, 2930
unconscious, 30
Wilson, Ambrose Cyril, ‘Homosexuality’ (1946), 399
Hooker, Miss, 439
hospitals
home birth versus hospital birth, 175178
Robertson, James, ‘Going to Hospital with Mother’ (film, 1958; reviewed 1959), 529531
Robertson, James, A Two-year-old Goes to Hospital (film, 1953), 317, 419n2, 497, 529, 531n1
Robertson, James, Young Children in Hospital (1958), 531, 531n3
visiting children in, changing attitudes toward, 5
hostels, group work in, 5052
Hungarian Uprising (1956), 6
Hunter, D. D., 352ni
hypermotility, 198
hypochondriacs, 365


I AM moment, 47, 48
‘I Qant Stand It’ (letter to The Times 1957), 219
illegitimacy, 7475
Illingworth, R. S., 408
imagination
existence from start of life, 116
feeding as imaginative experience, 116117, 118
in first year of life, 324
function, imaginative elaboration of, 386
immunisation, universal, 5
infant development. See also ‘The First Year of Life’
anonymous analyst on ‘Aspects of Early Development’, 363
changing attitudes toward, 227
normal emotional development patterns, 428
parental psychosis and, 522
inner world of the child, 324325
instinct
in first year of life, 325326
Freud on, 352
Institute for the Study and Treatment of Delinquency, 400
Institute of Education, University of London, 9, 400
Institute of Human Relations, 479
Institute of Psycho-Analysis, London, 169, 234, 236
integration
in first year of life, 321322
guilt, capacity for, 145
individual emotional development and, 4748
‘Integrative and Disruptive Factors in Family Life’, 265275
intelligence testing
academic psychology and, 421
in private practice, 36
internal object, Kleinian concept of, 413
‘internal’, use of, 209210
International Congress for Analytical Psychology, 307ni
International Congress of Child Psychiatry, 351
International Congress of Paediatrics, 165, 217
International Congress of Psychotherapy, 345ni
International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 12, 61, 241, 309, 389, 392, 394, 399, 401, 405, 529, 535
International Psycho-Analytical Library, 395
International Psychoanalytical Association
‘Clinical Varieties of Transference’ (1955) read before, 16, 61
(p. 575) Copenhagen Congress (1959), 465ni
Geneva Congress (1955), DWW at, 16
Paris Congress (1957), 249
International Psycho-Analytical Press, 392
Irish Adoption Act, 75
Isaacs, Susan, 473


Jackson, Lydia, Aggression and Its Interpretation (1954), 345
James, Martin, 447
letter to (1957), 221
Jaques, Elliot, 347
‘Disturbances in the Capacity to Work’ (1959), 493ni
letter to (1959), 493494
Jewish refugee children, Oscar and Manna Friedmann working with, 536537
Jewish Refugees Boys’ Hostels, 536
Johns, Jennifer, 3
Johns, Marcus, 3
Jokl, Katherine (later Jones), 311, 393, 394, 395, 398
Jolly, T. (passed over for London Hospital appointment), 437
Jones, Ernest
‘Address Introducing Margaret Mead, VIIIth Ernest Jones Lecture’ (1957), by DWW, 203204
‘Alcoholic Cirrhosis of the Liver in Children’, 390
Essays in Applied Psycho-Analysis (1951), 398n6, 398n17
Free Association: Memories of a Psycho-Analyst (1959), 398n1
Freud and, 203, 309, 310, 311, 389395
‘Funeral Address for Ernest Jones’ (DWW, 1958), 309311, 349
‘The God Complex’, 397
on ‘Homosexuality and the Law’ (1955), 25
Klein invited to Britain by, 7
‘The Nature of Genius’ (1956), 395
On the Nightmare, 390
obituary (1958), 389398
‘Our Attitude towards Greatness’ (1956), 395
‘Psychiatry before and after Freud’ (1956), 395
‘The Question of the Side Affected in Hemiplegia in Arterial Lesions of the Brain’, 390
Riviere and, 349, 350
Sigmund Freud: Four Centenary Addresses (1956), 398n14
Sigmund Freud: Life and Work, vol. 3 (1957), 398n9
‘Sigmund Freud: The Man and His Achievements’, 395
‘The Symbolic Significance of Salt’, 390
‘A Valedictory Address’ (1946), 398n9
Wilson, Ambrose Cyril, and, 399
Jones, Gwenith, 393, 398n11
Jones, Katherine Jokl, 311, 393, 394, 395, 398
Jones, Lewis, 393
Jones, Mervyn, 393
Jones, Morfydd Owen, 393, 398n10
Jones, Nesta, 393
Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 391
Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 398n7
Jung, Carl, and Jungian analysis, 79, 80, 258, 392, 506, 508, 509
Juvenile Courts and private practice, 36


Kahr, Brett, D. W. Winnicott. A Biographical Portrait (1996), 8
Kanner, Leo, 186
Kanter, J., 9
Keats, John, 369
Khan, Masud, 3, 302, 385
King, P., The Freud-Klein Controversies 1941-45 (1991), 7
King, Pearl, 263
Klein, Melanie
‘A’ Group in BPAS and, 7, 261nii
Baumann, Marianne, and, 307, 345
Bion and, 83, 84
Bowlby’s ‘On “Separation Anxiety”‘ and, 496, 499
‘breast’, wider meaning of, 420n9
classification of psychiatric conditions and, 447, 449450
Controversial Discussions (Freud-Klein controversy), 68, 1011, 12, 1920, 33, 87, 261nii, 366
on depressive position in emotional development, 10, 11, 130, 152153, 242, 252, 353, 450, 498, 499
on envy, 87, 433436
on guilt, 141, 143144, 329
influence on DWW, 7, 8
internal objects and, 244, 413
Jacques, Elliot, and, 347
Jones and, 396
latency period, psychoanalysis in, 354, 355
letter of DWW to Joan Riviere on, 121124
letter to (1952), 123niii
letter to (1957), 209210
Meltzer, Donald, and, 463
on paranoid position, 252
on primal or primary aggression, 180181
propaganda in favour of work of, 20
Rodrigue and, 3132
Segal and, 209ni
Stokes and, 33ni
transitional objects and thought of, 12, 413, 416, 420n9, 527
(p. 576) Wilson, Ambrose Cyril, and, 399
Zetzel on, 318
Klein, Melanie, works of
Envy and Gratitude (1957; reviewed 1959), 11, 433436
‘Notes on Some Schizoid Mechanisms’ (1946), 7
The Psycho-Analysis of Children (1932), 354, 496
‘A Study of Envy and Gratitude’ (1956), 7, 11, 121122, 129132
Knox, Ronald, 524
Korean War, 6
Kris, Ernst, 249, 364, 447. See also The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child
‘Opening Remarks on Psychoanalytic Child Psychology’ (1951), 251, 252
‘Recovery of Childhood Memories in Psycho-analysis’, 318
Kulka, Anna M.
‘Kinesthetic Needs and Motility in Earliest Infancy’ (1957), 197
letter to (1957), 197198


Laing, Adrian, R. D. Laing: A Life (1997), 361ni
Laing, R. D.
‘The Divided Self’, 361362
letter to (1958), 361362
Lantos, Barbara
letter to (1956), 179181
‘On the Problem of Aggression’, 179ni
latency period
defined and described, 354357
ending treatment in, 358359
interpretation of problem, right moment for, 358
normal emotional development in, 427
psychoanalysis in, 351359
latent neurosis or psychosis, 436
letters by DWW, 1011
leucotomy: ‘Prefrontal Leucotomy’ (British Medical Journal letter 1956), 10, 119120
Lightwood, Reginald, letter to (1959), 437438
Lindner, S., 419n5
Little, Margaret, 258, 511
‘On Delusional Transference (Transference Psychosis)’, 260n1
‘“R” -The analyst’s total response to his patient’s needs’, 511nii
Loewenstein, ‘Theory and Practice of Psychoanalysis’, 363
London Clinic of Psycho-Analysis, 9
London Hospital, 437438
London School of Economics (LSE), 9, 473, 543
London Society for Psycho-Analysts, 392
Lorenz, William F., 204
love
in first year of life, 330
primal or primary repression and, 181
primitive love impulse, 155
transitional objects and, 117, 385
Low, Barbara, 392
Lowry, Oliver H., letter to (1956), 161163


MacCarthy, Dermod, 530
Mahler, M. S., 183, 186
Main, Thomas
‘The Ailment, 201ni
letters to (1957), 201, 207208
maladjusted children
antisocial behaviour and, 151
in Foote’s Six Children (1956), 223
‘Group Influences and the Maladjusted Child: The School Aspect’ (1955), 4554
Malan, David, 477478
Malan Triangles, 477ni
Malleson, J. Graham (writing as Joan Graham), Any Wife, Any Husband (foreword by DDW; 1955), 99
Maltings House School, 473
mania, 126
manic defence
clinical observation of, 470
excitement versus, 290
hypomania as clinical expression of, 450
mania versus, 126
‘The Manic Defence’ (1935), 126nii, 498
play affected by, 247
stages of grief leading to, 496
married life and social work training, 342343
Marty, Pierre, ‘Importance du rôle de la motricité dans la relation d’objet’ (with Michel Fain; 1955), 197
masturbation
excitement and, 290291
primal scene and, 243244
Wilson, Ambrose Cyril, ‘The Rôle of Fixation in Perversion and Masturbation’ (1947), 399
‘Maternal Care and the Welfare State’ (with Alice Stewart; 1959), 467ni
maturity
defined, 543544
health as emotional maturity, 426428
Maw, Miss, letter to (1959), 439
Me and Not-Me, 406410, 527
Mead, Margaret
‘Address Introducing Margaret Mead, VIIIth Ernest Jones Lecture’ (1957), by DWW, 203204
‘Changing patterns of parent-child relations in an urban world’ (1957), 204
(p. 577) ‘Discussions on Child Development’, 204
letter to (1957), 205
Medical Press, 319
medical profession
advisers, doctors as, 422423
‘Advising Parents’ (1957), 277284
Balint, Michael, The Doctor, His Patients, and the Illness (1957; reviewed 1958), 213ni, 215ni, 261ni, 401404
Chair of Child Psychiatry, need for, 161163
mother, doctor, and nurse, relationship between, 228229
psychology, as professional field, 421425
psychosomatic disorders, treatment of, 423
training of, 403
melancholia. See also depression
Abraham on, 153, 449
Burton, Robert, Anatomy of Melancholy, 137, 142
defined, 140
Freud on, 10, 153, 333, 449
Klein’s depressive position and, 153
Meltzer, Donald
letter to (1959), 463464
‘Notes on a Transient Inhibition of Chewing’, 463ni
‘Memorandum on Gisburne House’ (1959), 441443
Menninger, K., 452
Metcalfe, Arthur J., letter to (1959), 475476
Methodism, DWW influenced by, 4
‘Middle Group’ (later Independents), 78, 501
Middlemore, Merell P., 496, 524
The Nursing Couple, 528n2
midwifery
‘Advising Parents’ (1957), 277284
‘The Contribution of Psycho-Analysis to Midwifery’ (1957), 225232, 239ni
Miller, Emanuel, 5
Milner, Marion, 43, 361ni, 419n8
mind, in first year of life, 323324
Ministry of Health
complaints to, 488
Government Paper on Children in Hospital (1959), 544ni
Money-Kyrle, Roger, 204
letters to (1955), 11, 1920, 33
Montefiore, Mr (placing Jewish refugee children in England), 536
Moody, Robert, 258
moral sense, individuals apparently lacking, 144145
Mother and Child (journal), 297
mother-child relationship. See also primary maternal preoccupation
capacity to be alone and, 242243
chaotic mothers, 518519
communication between mother and child, 8485
good-enough mothering/environment, 48, 61, 244, 329
individual emotional development and, 4647, 48
Mead, Margaret, on, 204
‘The Mother’s Contribution to Society’ (1957), 13, 293296
phallus, maternal, 160, 418
psychotic parents, children with, 517
stealing as looking for mother, 150151, 153154
unit, mother and baby as, 7, 8, 11, 12, 1314, 3132, 181
motility, 197198, 328329
mouthing, 386
Moynihan, Rodrigo, 394
Müller-Braunschweig, Ada, 536
Murray, Gilbert, 543


nail-biting, 104
narcissism, 242, 448
National Association for Mental Health, The Case as the Patient Sees It: Psychoanalysis (foreword by DWW; 1957), 233234, 235236
National Childbirth Trust (formerly Natural Childbirth Association), 13, 239, 305
National Health Service, 89, 233
National service (military) in Britain, 6
Natural Childbirth Association (later National Childbirth Trust), 13, 239, 305
natural childbirth movement, 1213
Nazis and Nazism, 7, 394395, 535536
Nemon, Oscar, bust of D. W. Winnicott (1971), ii
neurosis. See also obsessional neurosis
Bion on, 86
‘A Case Managed at Home’ (1955), 89, 92, 9697
classification of psychiatric disorders, 367368, 450452
defined and described, 165167
latent neurosis in children, 426
manifest neurosis in children, 425
‘Paediatrics and Childhood Neurosis’ (1956), 165170
transference neurosis, 62, 64, 133ni, 446, 482, 506510
treatment of, 168
New York Herald-Tribune, 109
Niederland, William, 363364
normal difficulties of life, children dealing with, 425
‘A Note on Regression and Reassurance’ (1955), 107108
‘Notes on Adolescence’ (1956), 189193
(p. 578) ‘Nothing at the Centre’ (1959), 469471
Nuclear war, fear of, 6
nursery schools
individual emotional development and, 46
letter to The Times on importance of (1959), 461
nurses
breastfeeding, assistance with, 230232
depression in parents, dealing with, 372373
mother, doctor, and nurse, relationship between, 228229
Nursing Mirror, 225, 239


obituaries
Oscar Friedmann (1959), 535537
Ernest Jones (1958), 389398
Ambrose Cyril Wilson (1958), 399400
object relationships, in first year of life, 327
obsessional neurosis
depression and, 126
‘Fragments Concerning Varieties of Clinical Confusion’ (1956), 125128
guilt in, 139140
Oedipus complex
basic principles of psychoanalysis and, 352353
capacity to be alone and, 244
changing views of, 449
direct childhood observation and, 251
guilt and, 137, 138, 141, 145
Klein on, 7
neurosis and, 167, 450, 452
superego and, 446
technique in psychoanalysis and, 211
‘On Adoption’ (1957), 2123
‘On the Contribution of Direct Child Observation to Psycho-Analysis’ (1957), 249254, 457
‘On “Separation Anxiety” by John Bowlby’ (1958), 6, 379381
‘On Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena’ (1951), 12
oral sadism
confusion and, 125
eating and fantasy of eating, 470
envy and, 11, 365, 433, 434, 436
Klein on, 142
in latency period, 357
psychiatric classification and, 448
Osler (with Ernest Jones in Canada), 391
Owen, Morfydd, 393, 398n10


Paddington Green Children’s Hospital, 9, 27, 35, 307, 438, 475, 482, 488
paediatrics and paediatricians
child psychiatry and, 423424
‘Paediatrics and Childhood Neurosis’ (1956), 165170
paranoia
home management of case of psychosis and, 92, 94
homosexuality and, 29
Klein on paranoid position, 252
Laing on, 361362
parents. See also stepparents
adolescents as, 269
‘Advising Parents’ (1957), 277284
‘A Case Managed at Home’ (1955), 8997
children as integrative and disruptive factors for, 266269
complaints from, 488
disruptive factors coming from, 269271
‘The Effect of Psychotic Parents on the Emotional Development of the Child’ (1959), 275n2, 513522
‘The Family Affected by Depressive Illness in One or Both Parents’ (1958), 275n2, 367377
homosexuality and, 29
sexual relationship of, 266268
therapists for their own children, 520522
Parfitt, Dr, 441
Payne, Sylvia, 392, 394
Peanuts (cartoon), 109
penis
Casuso, ‘Anxiety Related to the “Discovery” of the Penis’ (1957), 159ni
maternal phallus, 160, 418
paternal phallus, 160
penis envy, 122, 129, 185
periodic group defiance, see defiance
personalisation, 322323
phrictopathic sensation, 390391
The Piggle. An Account of the Psychoanalytic Treatment of a Little Girl (1964-1966/1977), 171ni
Pilgrim’s Progress (John Bunyan), 139
Platt, Harry, 544nii
play
emotional health and, 104
Klein on, 7
me and not-me, distinguishing, 117
Playing and Reality (1971), 12
instincts and, 117, 247
transitional objects and, 104
Portman Clinic (formerly Psychopathic Clinic), 400
pre-birth personal life of infant, 116
‘Prefrontal Leucotomy’ (British Medical Journal letter 1956), 10, 119120
premature infants, motility of, 197
pre-school children
Freud on, 130
normal emotional development in, 427428
(p. 579) ‘The Toddler, the Second Adoption, Telling Children About Adoption’ (mid 1950s), 111112
‘The Price of Disregarding Psychoanalytic Research’, 171ni
primal or primary repression, 179, 180181
primal scene, 243244
primary identification, 62
primary maternal preoccupation
good breast and, 123, 131
‘Primary Maternal Preoccupation’ (1956), 13, 183188, 241, 256
‘Primitive Emotional Development’ (lecture & published 1945), 34
primitive love impulse, 155
Prince, Morton, 391
‘Private Practice’ (1955), 3542
probation officers, 339344
projective identification, 85, 121
pseudologia fantastica, 419
psyche-soma, in first year of life, 322324
psychiatric social workers (PSWs). See also casework
choice of profession, 341342
day-to-day management, helping depressed parents deal with, 371372
different levels of depression, dealing with, 372373
‘The Family Affected by Depressive Illness in One or Both Parents’ (1958), 275n2, 367377
generic training and, 339344
psychiatrists, patients dangerous to, 208
psychoanalysis
antisocial behaviour and, 150, 157158
basic principles, 352353
children, orientation to, 424425
‘The Contribution of Psycho-Analysis to Midwifery’ (1957), 225232, 239ni
diagnosis and, 353
different types of patients and, 207208
dislike of, 170
Jones, Ernest, and use of term, 393394
in latency period, 351359
‘Nothing at the Centre’ (1959), 469471
‘On the Contribution of Direct Child Observation to Psycho-Analysis’ (1957), 249254, 457
patient’s view of, 233234, 235236
‘Psycho-Analysis and the Sense of Guilt’ (1956), 135147
questionnaire on the analyst’s practice and range of beliefs, 503ni
‘Remarks on a Discussion of Balint’s Paper on Technique’ (1957), 211212
training of psychoanalysts, 78
transference, use of, 353354
The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child
Bowlby’s ‘On “Separation Anxiety”‘ included in vol. 15, 495
Casuso’s Anxiety Related to the “Discovery” of the Penis’ in vol 12, 159ni
Kulka and, 198
on neurosis, in vol. IX, 13, 183
Volume 11 (ed. Ruth S. Eissler, Anna Freud, Heinz Hartman, and Ernst Kris, 1957; reviewed 1958), 317318, 531n2
Volume 12 (ed. Ruth S. Eissler, Anna Freud, Heinz Hartman, and Ernst Kris, 1958), review of, 363364
‘Psychogenesis of a Beating Fantasy’ (1958), 313315
Psychological Wednesday Society, 310
psychology
of depression, 376377
as professional field, 421425
‘The Psychology of Separation’ (1958), 333335
‘Theoretical Statement of the Field of Child Psychiatry’ (1958), 421429
psychopathology, of guilt sense, 139141
psychopaths and psychopathy, 152, 454455
psychosis
Bion on, 85
‘A Case Managed at Home’ (1955), 8997
changing views of, 449
classification of psychiatric disorders and, 367368, 450452, 455456, 517
communication difficulties due to, 81
‘The Effect of Psychotic Parents on the Emotional Development of the Child’ (1959), 275n2, 513522
environmental deficiency and, 455456
latent psychosis in children, 426
manifest psychosis in children, 425
use of term, 459n2
psychosomatic disorders
‘Excitement in the Aetiology of Coronary Thrombosis’ (1957), 9, 287291
heart condition of DWW and, 9
medical profession and, 423
puberty, new orientation to world required by, 6869


Qantas (airlines), DWW on spelling of, 219
questionnaire on the analyst’s practice and range of beliefs, 503ni


radio: ‘Health Education Through Broadcasting’ (1957), 297300
reactive depression, 211, 456
Read, Major Stanford, 392
reality
delinquency as defence against loss of objects and reality, 364
(p. 580) ‘reality principle’, as term, 318
transitional objects and, 407
reassurance and regression, 107108
recidivism, 152
regression
beating fantasy and, 314
changing meaning of, 448
to dependence, 133
Freud on, 363
professional attitude of therapist and, 510
reassurance and, 107108
Reichenhaimsche Waisenhaus, 536
‘Remarks on a Discussion of Balint’s Paper on Technique’ (1957), 211212
removal of child from parents, cases requiring, 518
‘Reparation in Respect of Mother’s Organised Defence Against Depression’ (1948), 126nii
repression
of homosexuality, 30
primal or primary, 179, 180181
reviews. See also The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child
Balint, Michael, The Doctor, His Patients, and the Illness (1957; reviewed 1958), 401404
Foote, Estelle J., Six Children (1956; reviewed 1957), 223224
Klein, Melanie, Envy and Gratitude (1957; reviewed 1959), 11, 433436
Robertson, James, Going to Hospital with Mother (film, 1958; reviewed 1959), 529531
Revue Française de Psychanalyse, 249
Rickman, John, 211, 242, 392, 456
‘The Factor of Number in Individual-and Group-Dynamics’ (1950), 211ni
Riggall, R. M., 392
Rivers, W. H. R., 392
Riviere, Joan, 417
birthday of, 349350
Developments in Psychoanalysis (1952), 123niii
as founding member of BPAS, 394
Jones, Ernest, and, 392, 394395, 396
Klein and, 121124
letter to (1956), 11, 121124
letter to (1957), 237
letter to (1958), 349350
Robertson, James, 6, 255ni
‘Going to Hospital with Mother’ (film, 1958; reviewed 1959), 529531
A Two-year-old Goes to Hospital (film, 1953), 317, 419n2, 497, 529, 531n1
Young Children in Hospital (1958), 531
Robertson, Joyce, 6
‘A Mother’s Observations on the Tonsillectomy of Her Four-year-old Daughter’, 317, 531
Rodman, F. Robert, 9, 10
Rodrigue, Emilio, letter to (1955), 3132
Rosenblut, D., 307
Rosenfeld, Herbert
letter to (1958), 365366
‘Psychopathology of Hypochondriacal States’, 365ni
‘Some Observations on the Psychopathology of Hypochondriacal States’, 365ni
Ross, Helen, 337ni
Royal College of Midwives, 277, 390
Royal College of Physicians, 310
Royal Society of Medicine, 9, 337
Ruben, Margarete, 364
Rubinstein, L. H. (nominated as Scientific Secretary of BPAS by DWW), 347
Rycroft, Charles, 201, 361ni
‘An Enquiry into the Function of Words in the Psycho-Analytical Situation’, 199ni
letter to (1955), 43
letters to (1956), 171, 173, 258ni
letter to (1957), 199


sadism, oral. See oral sadism
sado-masochism
corporal punishment and, 193
‘Psychogenesis of a Beating Fantasy’ (1958), 313315
St Mary’s Hospital Paddington Green, 438, 475, 488. See also Paddington Green Children’s Hospital
Salzburger, Miss, 307
schizophrenia
environmental deficiency and, 455
psychoanalytic technique and, 212
reality feeling in, 517
school and teaching
approved schools, 151
‘Group Influences and the Maladjusted Child: The School Aspect’ (1955), 4554
Schultz, Charles M., letter to (1955), 109
Scott, W. C. M., 419n4
Sechehaye, Marguerite, 523
Symbolic Realization (1951), 63, 528n1
Segal, Hanna, 209210, 262
letter to (1955), 11, 81
‘Report on the Analysis of a Man of Seventy-Four’, 209ni
separation
Bowlby, John, ‘On “Separation Anxiety”‘ (1958), 379381, 383ni
‘The Capacity to Be Alone’ (1958), 1314, 241248
of child from mother, 515, 520, 529
‘On “Separation Anxiety”‘ by John Bowlby’ (1958), 6, 379381
(p. 581) ‘The Psychology of Separation (1958), 333335
Robertson, James, ‘Going to Hospital with Mother’ (film, 1958; reviewed 1959), 529
transitional objects used during, 103
sexual intercourse
capacity to be alone after, 243
primal scene, 243244
Sexual Offences Act 1967, 27
sexuality. See also homosexuality
masturbation, 6869
adolescence and, 189
adopted children learning about, 6869
fantasy of sex, 267268
Graham, Joan (Malleson, J. Graham), Any Wife, Any Husband (foreword by DDW; 1955), 99
home life and, 2829, 30
illegitimacy and, 7475
infantile sexuality, Freud’s theory of, 326
parents, sexual relationship of, 266268
setting of patterns and trends by age 5, 28
Shakespeare, William, Macbeth, 139140
Sharpe, Ella Freeman, 392
shell shock, 391392
shopping, compulsive, 156
siblings
adopted children and, 111112, 514
guilt over death of, 138
home management of case of psychosis and, 9091, 92, 93, 9596
Simmel, Zur Psychoanalyse der Kriegsneurosen (1919), 398n8
sleep during psychoanalysis, 470
smiling, 116117
Smirnoff, Victor, letter to (1958), 385388
Society for Psychosomatic Research, 9
society: ‘The Mother’s Contribution to Society’ (1957), 13, 293296
Soddy, Kenneth, letter to (1959), 465
Spence, James, 5
Spitz, René, 5, 255256, 255ni
splitting mechanisms, 252
spoiling, 74
spontaneity, in first year of life, 327328
Standing Conference of Societies Registered for Adoption, 67
Standley, D. W., 119
Stanislavski, Konstantin, 364
Stapleton, Thomas, 437438, 475476
letter to (1955), 25
stealing
antisocial behaviour, at centre of, 153154
guilt sense, loss and recovery of, 146147
psychological significance of, 104, 150151, 153154
shopping, compulsive, 156
Steiner, J., The Freud-Klein Controversies 1941-45 (1991), 7
stepparents
‘For Stepparents’ (1955), 5559
nastiness of some stepchildren, 5859
unsuccess story, value of, 5759
‘Unsuccess Story: Myself as Step-Mother, by a Listener in Despair’ (Woman’s Hour radio broadcast; 1955), 55
the wicked stepmother, 5557
Stevenson, Olive, 77, 77n2, 412
Stewart, Alice, 468
‘Maternal Care and the Welfare State’ (1959), 467ni
Stoddart, W. H. B., 392
Stokes, Adrian
‘Form in Art’ (1955), 33ni
Smooth and Rough (1951), 33
story-telling
adoption, telling children about, 2122
the wicked stepmother, 5557
Strachey, Alix, 392
Strachey, James, 251, 392
‘String’, 519ni, 522ni
‘A Study of Envy and Gratitude’ (Klein, 1956), 7, 11, 121122, 129132
Suez Emergency (1956), 6
superego and guilt, 136, 138139
Sutherland, G. A., 361ni
Swallow, Nigel, 77
symbolism
Bowlby’s ‘On “Separation Anxiety”‘ and, 499
professional attitude compared to, 508
symbolic realisation, concept of, 523524
transitional objects and, 410
Szasz, Thomas
letter to (1959), 503
questionnaire on the analyst’s practice and range of beliefs, 503ni


taboos
adolescence and, 189, 190, 191, 192
adopted children and taboo on sex experience in the home, 70
tantrums, in sensitive children, 91
Tavistock Clinic, 162163, 263, 307, 401
Tavistock Publications, 479480
theft. See stealing
‘Theoretical Statement of the Field of Child Psychiatry’ (1958), 421429
‘This Feminism’, 294ni
Thomas, Ruth, 261
Thompson (nominee for BPAS Scientific Secretary), 347
thumb-sucking
age of child and, 251
as transitional object, 101102
(p. 582) The Times
letter to (1957), 219
letter to (1959), 461
on nationalisation of medical profession (DWW letter 1946), 8, 10
Tizard, J. Peter M., letter to (1956), 175178
toddlers. See pre-school children
tonsils, tonsillitis, and tonsillectomies, 317, 531
training
of child care workers, social workers, health visitors, probation officers, 339344
of psychoanalysts, 78
of medical professionals, 403
transference. See also countertransference
‘Clinical Varieties of Transference’ (1955), 16, 6165
maternal and paternal versions of, 129
psychoanalytical use of, 353354
transference neurosis, 62, 64, 133ni, 446, 482, 506510
use of term, 506
transitional objects and phenomena
addiction to, 250, 406, 410, 419
affectionate behaviour and, 117, 385
age of child and, 250251
animals using, 251
characteristics of, 409410
clinical description of, 410412
‘Comforters’ (British Medical Journal letter 1955), 12, 77
direct child observation in psychoanalysis, 249, 250254
encouraging children to say ‘ta’ for, 102103, 116
experiencing and, 388
‘The Fate of the Transitional Object’ (1959), 12, 523528
feeding and, 116117, 118
‘First Experiments in Independence’ (1955), 12, 101105
first not-me possession, 406410
in first year of life, 329330
hallucination and, 409, 523
illusion-disillusionment and, 413418
importance in DWW’s thought, 12
Klein’s concept of internal object and, 413
in Peanuts cartoon, 109
personal pattern, development of, 407409
as resting place of illusion, 387
symbolism, relationship to, 410
theoretical approaches to, 413418
‘Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena’ (1951; presentation notes), 12, 405
‘Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena’ (1953 version), 77, 81, 405
‘Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena’ (1958 version), 385388, 405420, 519ni
‘Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena’ (1971 version), 405
‘What Do We Know About Babies as Cloth Suckers?’ (1956), 12, 115118
Trotter, Wilfred, 389
true and false self
Bion’s views on the neurotic part of the personality and, 86
classification of psychiatric disorders and, 445, 453454, 458
group influences on maladjusted children and, 46, 52
latent neurosis/psychosis and, 426
primary maternal preoccupation and, 188
transference and, 6263
the unconscious
homosexuality, unconscious, 30
neurosis and, 165, 166


van der Waals, Herman Gijsbert, letters to (1959), 477478
Vietnam, changing situation in, 6
visiting children in hospital, changing attitudes toward, 5


weaning, 279, 417, 419n6
Weissman, Philip, 364
‘The Welfare of Children in Hospital’, 544nii
West End Hospital for Nervous Diseases, 400
Weymouth, E. S., 390
‘What Do We Know About Babies as Cloth Suckers?’ (1956), 12, 115118
‘Where Angels Fear to Tread’ (1958), 339344
Williams, Pearse, 438, 475
Wilson, A. Tommy M., letter to (1959), 479480
Wilson, Ambrose Cyril
‘Deprivation of Initiative’ (1948), 399
‘Homosexuality’ (1946), 399
obituary (1958), 399400
‘The Rôle of Fixation in Perversion and Masturbation’ (1947), 399
Wilson, Ambrose John, 399
Winnicott, Alice (née Taylor; first wife), 9
Winnicott, Clare (née Britton; second wife), 72ni, 97, 439
Cheu, Tsuicheu, and, 217
Child Care and Social Work (1964), 492n1, 492n3
as educator of social workers, 9
evacuated children in Oxford, work with, 5
James, Martin, and, 221
(p. 583) marriage to DWW, 9
on publication of DWW’s letters, 10
Winnicott, Donald Woods (DWW in this index)
1955, 19110
1956, 115193
1957, 197302
1958, 305429
1959, 433545
chronology, 547552
divorce of first wife, 9
Freud-Klein controversy and, 68, 1011, 12, 1920, 33, 87
heart condition, 9, 365
images of, ii, 16
Klein’s influence on, 7
letters of, 1011
marriage to Clare Britton, 9
National Health Service, inauguration of, 89
natural childbirth movement and, 1213
personal experience influencing theories of, 46
presidencies of societies, 9
publication of Collected Works, xi, 3
publications during lifetime, 3
reviewing and commenting work, 910
varied clinical experience of, 301
writing style, 1112
Winnicott, Sir John Frederick (father), 9
‘Withdrawal and Regression’, 253ni
Wolfenden Report (Departmental Committee on Homosexual Offences and Prostitution), 27
women
fear of, 294295
‘This Feminism’, 294ni
World Federation for Mental Health, 203
World War I
cousin of DWW killed in, 4
DWW in, 5
Jones, Ernest, in, 391392
World War II
aftermath of, 6
nephew of DWW killed in, 4
paediatric nutrition initiatives during, 5
Wulff, M., 413, 417
‘Fetishism and Object Choice in Early Childhood’ (1946), 419n5


Young, Robert, 399


Zetzel, Elizabeth, 318